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Reddit reviews on Bodum Assam Medium Tea Press with Plastic Filter, Black, 1.0 l, 34 oz.

Sentiment score: 3
Reddit mentions: 4

We found 4 Reddit mentions of Bodum Assam Medium Tea Press with Plastic Filter, Black, 1.0 l, 34 oz.. Here are the top ones.

Brew tea without removing the infuser34-ounce capacityAll parts are dishwasher safeDesigned for the British Tea CouncilHeat resistant borosilicate glass, stainless steel lid, polycarbonate strainer and plunger

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Found 4 comments on Bodum Assam Medium Tea Press with Plastic Filter, Black, 1.0 l, 34 oz.:

u/fenderfreek · 5 pointsr/tea

Like most anything else, there's no less than a bazillion options, and everyone will have their own take on which ones you should begin with.

If you can find a tea shop reasonably close, I recommend buying an ounce or two of several teas. Any reasonably large city should have a tea shop, you may have one near you. Take note of how to properly brew each one and give it a try. Experiment with the steep time and temperature a little if it's not quite to your liking, or if you're just feeling adventurous.

If buying in person isn't feasible, try a sample pack or similar from a reputable online vendor. There are some links in the sidebar that will help with that.

Get a tea kettle for boiling your water, good ones can be had from a variety of online retailers, like teas, but home goods stores will usually have a decent kettle. Electric or stovetop doesn't really matter much, I use a stovetop kettle myself.

With a kettle and tea in hand, you have a couple options for brewing. The best (IMO) is a proper tea pot, and there are many styles available. I have this one, and it's pretty foolproof and sturdy:
Bodum Assam Teapot

Alternatively, you can just use tea filters, like this:
Tea Filters
It's basically a DIY tea bag.

That is my recommendation for equipment, and only based on what I have personally used. I will let others offer suggestions for specific teas to order online, as I make all my purchases locally and can't recommend anything in particular.

u/16isagreatnumber · 4 pointsr/tea

I have Bodum 17oz It fills about 2 mugs and looks like it works the same way as your larger pot. It does the job.

u/iomnombooks · 1 pointr/tea

I love my BODUM Assam tea press. It works like a French press but keeps the tea from continuing to brew. Plus you can get it almost entirely plastic free so it looks fancy despite being fairly affordable.